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  • adj. Without fearing.

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  • adj. invulnerable to fear or intimidation


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un- +‎ fearing


  • In 1968, he wrote that "intellectual freedom is essential to human society -- freedom to receive and impart information, freedom for open-minded and unfearing debate, and freedom from pressure by authority and prejudice."

    Human Rights First: Protest the Moscow Trial of Samodurov and Erofeyev

  • I applaud Barack Obama for standing up for himself and all of us with this bold, unfearing, exposure of this alleged "whisper campaign".

    Obama Slams Hillary For Reports Of Dirt-Mongering

  • We regard as 'scientific' a method based on deep analysis of facts, theories, and views, presupposing unprejudiced, unfearing open discussion and conclusions.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • Islands of Wak and bringest them into me, unfearing of my mischief?

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • And always a brown rat mood because they were there in pack rat numbers, an endless source of stories, the size of the rats, the attitude of unfearing, how they ate the bodies of those who died in the tunnels, how they were eaten in turn by the rat man who lived in level six under Grand Central, he killed and cooked and ate a rat a week—track rabbits, they were called.


  • He never got mugged insofar as I know - if Tommy taught me one thing, it was that a friendly, unfearing attitude will often keep you safe when nothing else will - but he liked having knives in the car, in the home.

    Fucking Deal, All Right?

  • What, perhaps, with other things, made Stubb such an easy-going, unfearing man, so cheerily trudging off with the burden of life in

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • Being ignorant of its identity he'd approached it openly and unfearing.

    Tar Aiym Krang

  • El-informed and unfearing, the rogue studied the numbers and varieties of galaxies.

    Starchild Omnibus

  • Journal to develop a "new school" of writers on Jewish topics that shall be distinguished by the thoroughness and clarity of the university-trained mind and inspired by the youthful, searching, unfearing spirit of the Menorah movement.

    The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915


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